Q: What is 8 to the 2nd power plus 4 to the 3rd power?

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(x + 4)(x2 - x - 1)

(x + 4)(x2 - x - 1)

(x + 4)(x2 - x - 1)

Assuming this is your original formula: -3p3+ 5p + -2p2 + -4 - -12p + 5 - -8p3You combine like terms, where the p exponent is the same, to produce:5p3 - 2p2 + 17p + 1

Factor it. y(4y - 1)(3y - 2) = 0 y = 0, 1/4, 2/3

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(x + 4)(x2 - x - 1)

(x + 4)(x2 - x - 1)

(x + 4)(x2 - x - 1)

If your asking what 2 to the 2nd power plus 60 is it is 64. Because to to the 2nd power is 4 and 4 plus 60 is 64.

Assuming this is your original formula: -3p3+ 5p + -2p2 + -4 - -12p + 5 - -8p3You combine like terms, where the p exponent is the same, to produce:5p3 - 2p2 + 17p + 1

(x + 4)(x + 1) x = -1 or -4

43 times 32 = 576

Factor it. y(4y - 1)(3y - 2) = 0 y = 0, 1/4, 2/3

42 + 5 = 16 + 5 = 21

((4)2)3 simplifies to 46 (Simply multiply the two exponents when they are 'stacked'. 46=4*4*4*4*4*4=4096.

3 to the 2nd power plus 5 x 4 - 9 = 20 32 + 5 x 4 - 9= 9 + 20 - 9= 20

Dividing all terms by 6 gives: 9x2+24x+16 = (3x+4)(3x+4) when factored